Reviews on Irish food in Foxford, Province of Connacht, Ireland. Foxford (Irish: Béal Easa, meaning "mouth of the waterfall") is a village 16 km south of Ballina in County Mayo, Ireland. It stands on the N26 national primary route from Swinford to Ballina and has a railway station served by trains between Manulla Junction and Ballina.
Things to do in Foxford
4 based on 155 reviews
Our Restaurant is situated within the historic Foxford Woollen Mills overlooking the river Moy in Co Mayo. We serve a variety of healthy homemade food. Our beef is 100% Irish and where possible all our meat and vegetables are locally sourced. Our breads,
Work your way through the shop upstairs to the cafe ( if you can avoid being distracted by the beautiful books and goodies on sale). It is a beautiful space with thought put into the layout and original touches perhaps remaining from the original factory workrooms, wood panelling and signage.I ordered the fishcakes which came with a little bit of every salad, an excellent macchiato and a slice of the seasonal fruit tart. I opted for rhubarb but there was a selection.I had a 4 hour drive ahead of me so this little cafe was well worth the detour, fresh and delicious with a helping of heart.Highly recommended
4 based on 41 reviews
A huge tasty breakfast with my Friends on a Saturday morning heading to Belmullet to do some surfing and windsurfing.White and black pudding,rashers,sausages,beans and toast and some eggs! we were so full we could barely walk back to the car which was only 20 steps away and the friendly staff made sure we were well looked after and kept topping up our coffee. Highly recommended.
What a pub live music good food lovely staff views overlooking river Moy from beer garden best guinness I have had in a long time cold and fresh .we had a great time it was a Saturday night there was live music good laugh and good staff who engaged with customers the owners where there nice couple from cork .you run a very good pub well done
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